I always plan my lessons using practical examples and illustrations for my students.I believe that unless and until one can visualise mathematics, one cannot learn it or take interest in it.My teaching methods have been extremely helpful for the students find mathematics hard to understand. I readily get the problems of my students and intend to make the little concepts clear instantaneously.
I can make the topics interesting and am very patient. If a student is struggling, I try to find the right "handle" to use to allow the student to understand the concept. I teach math because I enjoy watching students catch on to a concept. I also enjoy it when a student who did not previously value math, becomes very interested and self-motivated to learn more.
I cater my style to the individual need of the student. I like to ensure there is a very solid understanding of the fundamentals before approaching more challenging concepts/questions. I believe it's imperative that students have an intuitive understanding of the main topics before getting into the detail.
I am a Master of Engineering (Electrical) student at the University of Melbourne. I have 8 years of teaching experience in teaching Maths and Physics. I was a teaching assistant during my tenure of 1.5 years in IIT Kanpur, India.
My teaching method is so simple and very easy to understand. I explain in an interesting way that the student can understand the topic. I make the sums practical and the step by step procedures of solving the sum are clearly explained, so that it will be easy to the student to study.
My lessons are geared towards students learning Math at the beginning level as well as advanced level. Students are re-explained the lessons, helped with homework difficulties and get to undertand in a logical way.
"Friendly", "approachable" ,"enthusiastic", "interesting", "bad-ass in mathematics and science", these are probably the words you will think about me and my lessons. I strongly believes that the interaction between a tutor and a student is one of the most important factors in the tuition.
I like to plan my lessons, I will ask you before I arrive to let me know the topics which you are struggling with and would like me to go over with you. I have a fun, active, and multimodal approach to teaching and learning. I make sure my students are not left feeling that they don't understand the topics that I teach.
My teaching method is a traditional way where the student is not dependent upon the calculators and technology. I think that makes the student stronger than he was before. I also deal with Vedic mathematics and short tricks to calculate.
from the usual method, I adapt to many different methods based on my students. If everyone was to learn from the same method, then a classroom teacher would suffice. the usual method would be to break down a subject in several parts, introducing a student to these parts and then connecting these parts together, like a puzzle. though this approach is mostly used for science subjects.
I understand each student has their own level of understanding and I hope to tutor each according to their needs. Math is actually a very fun subject, if it is taught and understood properly. Each topic would first be explained and then some numericals with solutions will be provided. If any mistake is found, I can identify where the student is having a problem and help him in clearing the doubt.
My first approach to tutoring is providing a comfortable environment for the students to study in. I would try ensuring that my students learn the subject by being highly motivated and also by enjoying the leaning-teaching process, thereafter excelling in the subject area.
Worked in DASMESH PUBLIC SCHOOL KOTKAPURA as TGT Science (2013-june201) Responsibilities: Providing guidance and advice to pupils on educational and social matters. Liaising with the parents or guardians of pupils. Looking after the teaching material and resources.
Lessons are typically one hour, with the first lesson being a free trial to see what level the student is at and what areas to focus on. The first part of the hour is focused on school work and upcoming tests/sacs etc. The latter part is spent on developing new skills and doing some sample questions that I have come up with to test those skills.
I believe basics is the most important to learn. So every 15% of my class will be taught basics. I teach new topics everyday followed by tests of previous class at the end. This requires a lot of homework to be done.
My teaching method is to try to help my students grasp the idea/concept of the subjects. I expect students that are proactive in asking question. I believe that everyone could learn anything, it's just a matter of time and patience.
Maintain one to one relation, Assessment through games, Encouraging & Supporting the students, providing a feedback, preparing own materiel, present information in various ways, exhibit patience, recommend available resources, shown enthusiasm for learning, Actively teaches study skills and ask questions.
I tend to teach a topic in a very systematic way such that the student would understand the underlying concept of the subject. I try to make the student understand the topics in a way that they can apply the concepts on their own in different situations and not just to score good results in their exams.
I have a passion for teaching mathematics and physics. I ensure that students not only understand the subjects theoretically but also practically. I divide the subject across the available weeks before the exam. I ensure that students understand all the concepts taught in a week. I firmly believe that making your concepts clear is the best way to score highly in the exam.
As an engineering student, I have studied in both in French and Australian educational systems, so I have a great experience with the different teaching methods used, and I know which ones are great for students.
Teaching, according to me is the noblest profession and I am fortunate to be a part of that community. My method comes with understanding of a problem and its solution in four questions – WHY? HOW? WHEN?, and WHERE? With respect to the problem.
My teaching method is personalized according to the student I am tutoring. My lessons are based on rigorous concept-based teaching reinforced with questions of varying difficulties.
My teaching method is to make the student proper understand of the concept and then bit of a practice to master the skills. I found my ability to teach at a very young age.
My teaching method is to study from the most basic and simple thing and once the students get it, I will give them more difficult work and they have to figure out themselves based on the previous simple questions.
Being an educator is not as easy as people think. It is a very crucial job , one has to keep an eye on what the say and do as it has a great impact on students. My strategy is very simple and clear, first and foremost i try to understand my students and their temperament, I give spot on quizzes so that the student can revise what he/she just learned.
My teaching method is mostly adapted to make the students understand what is going on in a certain topic and then practice questions to solidify whatever they have learnt in order to reach excellence.
My teaching method is to firstly ask the student which parts of a particular topic they struggle with before actually commencing doing any study on that topic. This allows me to place more focus on these points in order to ensure that the student does not struggle anymore.
I usually like to teach will real world examples so that students not only remember but they understand. I believe that memorising is a short term gain but to succeed in the long run one must be able to interpret and use basic in different scenarios.
I usually teach students the first principles as to how or why such concepts exist, and then provide a good example of an ideal solution to the problem. Usually the students walk away with questions answered, but more importantly, be motivated to explore more of the idea and be interested in asking and answering questions on their own.
My teaching method is usually 1 on 1, making sure the student is understanding everything clearly and clearing any doubts. I usually use an approach of making them note down everything in my own words so if they have any problem later on, they can refer to notes.
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